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Baltimore Country Club (West) – by Bob Cupp and Tom KIte

Baltimore Country Club (West Course) 4712 Club Road Baltimore, MD 21210 Par 72 Architects: Bob Cupp and Tom KIte Design: Four stars (all stats out of seven) Natural setting: Four stars Conditioning: Excellent for spring Value: Six stars – (when combined with east course) the initiation fees are reputedly a fraction of those asked by clubs in the northeast and...

Some great PRIVATE courses to join – Black Rock, Bull’s Bay, Monterey Peninsula Country Club and Sebonack

Normally, this site is about great public courses, but let’s take a quick look at some great private clubs for your family to join. Boston: Black Rock G.C. – Brian Silva’s collection of terrfic designs for golf holes is a living, breathing encyclopaedia of golf architecture. Plus the members are uniformly friendly. If you live in Boston, this should...

THE CLUB AT PRADERA – CANDIDATE FOR BEST NEW PRIVATE GOLF COURSE 2005?

Author’s Note: While this site is primarily about public courses and golf course architecture, we will spend some time over the next month or two reviewing some courses up for this year’s Best New Private Club award. The author’s views are his own and are in not meant to be impugned to either GolfObserver.com or the monthly periodical to which I contribute, unless my...

Monterey Peninsula Golf Club – The country’s hottest golf course

I’m thrilled to get the privilege to be invited by the club and designer to play Mike Strantz’s redesign of Monterey Peninsula Golf Club (Shore Course) It was hailed by the attendees at the American Society of Golf Course Architects as a triumph. Many have predicted it will host a major soon. Also…a very happy birthday to my mom, Jeanne Flemma. I...